13 Aug 2023

PM Modi On Second Tour Of Chhattisgarh In One And Half Month; Congress Said – PM's Visits Will Not Make Any Difference

BJP's election campaign has intensified before the assembly elections in Chhattisgarh. Prime Minister Narendra Modi Modi is going to visit Chhattisgarh for the second time in a month and a half. After August 15 this month, PM Modi's general meeting is going to be held in Raigarh district. BJP's preparations have intensified regarding this. That's why the top leadership of BJP is camping in Raigarh.

Central leaders' tours continue in Chhattisgarh

The statement of in-charge Kumari Selja has come to the fore on Modi's visit to Chhattisgarh. She said that the Prime Minister should consider every state as his own state. No matter which party is in power there. The Prime Minister used to talk about cooperative federalism. But it has been pushed somewhere behind. Elections are coming, so the Prime Minister is coming here again and again. The people here have understood the discrimination that has been happening.

Whenever PM comes, he gives gifts, then what is the problem

Countering Kumari Selja's statement, Chhattisgarh BJP State Spokesperson Kedar Gupta said that she should be happy because when the Prime Minister turns towards Chhattisgarh, then he gives some big gift to Chhattisgarh. During the first PM's visit, he gifted a railway project worth Rs 24,000 crore. After this, the foundation stone of schemes worth 76 hundred crores was laid. Prior to that, the PM had also launched the Ayushman card scheme in Bastar, so why is the Congress opposing his visits. Gupta said Congress can call its central veteran leaders.

Will the fate of BJP change from Raigarh?

PM Modi will address a big public meeting in Raigarh. Along with this, strategies are also being made to woo the tribal class. But BJP is being continuously targeted by the Congress. Tweets and statements are coming to the fore targeting the saffron party. How successful will the efforts of the BJP be in the upcoming elections and how effective will be the strategies of the Congress. How does the Prime Minister's visit affect the elections in Chhattisgarh? All this, however, remains to be seen.

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